We happened upon the action with 35,000 or so already in the pot and a board reading . From what we could piece together, Ole Schemion had bet 9,800 or so on the turn, got one caller, and drove out another player.
When the river hit, Schemion waited a few moments before moving all in. His opponent, who had 37,700 behind, snap-called off.
"Five," Schemion admitted sheepishly and reluctantly showed the . It was no good, of course, as his opponent doubled with the for a flopped set.